Perennials for Sale
Exquisite Recommended Plants for your Garden:

Delphinium (Ranunculaceae 'Black Knight') Zone4, 4ft
Robust, candle-like flower spikes, packed with attractive deep blue blooms are each complemented by a striking, large, black central bee. Stunning in any border. Planting Requirements: well-drained soil.

Sensitive Brier (Mimosa nuttallii 'Pink Sparkles') Zone3, Maximum Height 2ft.
An unusual hardy species of the sensitive plant. Lax, arching stems with small thorns (briers) and very sensitive leaves that fold when touched are graced by attractive, pink puff-ball-like flowers during the summer, attracting beneficial insects to your garden. Planting Requirements: well-drained soil.

Poppy (Papaver laciniatum somniferum 'Pink Fizz') Zone4, Maximum Height 3ft.
Lovely, frilled, two-toned pink petals on silver stems. The beautiful blooms add movement, structure and color to your garden. They are absolutely eye-catching. As summer progresses, the irregular and finely slashed 'lacinate' petals give way to green-blue seed pods that make a useful addition to dried flower arrangements. All poppies are poisonous. However the seeds produced from Papaver somniferum and Papaver paeoniflorum can be eaten and are used for adding extra flavour, crunch and bite to breads and cakes. Prefers loamy soil.

Astilbe (Astilbe arendsii 'Fanal') -  (1 - 2 ft.) Zone 4-8, 4 ft
This is a perennial with beautiful, showy flowers that bloom early with blood red flowers atop glossy, fern–like bronze foliage. If you have a shady area, try astilbes to add color! In hot, dry climates, they need to be planted in the shade. The size of mature plants will depend on the variety being grown as well as the growing conditions. You can find tall Astilbe as well as dwarf plants, ranging in size from 1-4 ft in height. Astilbes prefer a site that receives light to moderate shade; they will usually burn in full sun.  Astilbes prefer soils that provide average to slightly below average moisture. However, in hot weather and dry soils, their foliage will burn and partial shade is preferable. Different varieties will bloom anywhere from mid-spring to late summer. If you plant different types of Astilbe, you can prolong the bloom almost all season. The plumes remain in flower for several weeks and continue to look good as they fade and dry on the plant. No deadheading is needed. Some established standards include:
Astilbe arendsii 'Bridal Veil' - Mid to late season bloomer with full white plumes (3 ft.)
Astilbe arendsii 'Rheinland' - Another early bloomer in a rich pink, very hardy (2- 3 ft.)
Astilbe chinensis taquetii 'Purple Candles' - Deep purple, chenille-like plumes ( 3 - 4 ft.)
Astilbe chinensis Visions in Red - Compact plant with bronze foliage and deep red fowers. (1 - 2 ft.)
Astilbe saxifragaceae 'Ostrich Plume' - Mid season bloomer with dark green leaves and large weeping panicles of pink flowers ( 2.5 - 3 ft.)

New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) Zone: 4 to 8, 6 ft
This is a perennial native to North America which occurs in moist prairies, meadows, thickets, low valleys and stream banks. It is a stout, leafy plant typically growing 3-6' tall with a robust, upright habit. Features a profuse bloom of daisy-like asters (to 1.5" diameter) with purple rays and yellow centers from late summer to early fall. Has rough, hairy, lance-shaped leaves and stiff, hairy stems. Flowers are
attractive to butterflies.


Gloriosa Daisy (Rudbeckia hirta ‘Cherry Brandy’) Zone: 5-9, 2 ft
A total breeding breakthrough, this is a remarkable Gloriosa Daisy selection that literally blooms for months on end. It forms a midsized mound, bearing large daisy heads with cherry-red petals surrounding a black eye. Absolutely fantastic in mixed containers or borders. Though not always reliably perennial, Gloriosa Daisies provide outstanding colour even in the first year so they are well worth growing even as an annual or biennial.

Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm') Zone: 3-9, 2.5 ft
One of the most popular perennial rudbeckias and one of the most dependable of all perennial plants.  It has just about everything going for it: toughness, ease of cultivation, and a long flowering period. The shining solid yellow flowers, 3in in diameter, have a superbly contrasting black central cone and are produced in profusion from July to September. After the petals have fallen the seed heads remain a feature for many weeks. The plant, like most rudbeckias, does best in full sun and a moist, fertile soil. 'Goldsturm' has become incredibly popular and widely planted recently in North America where it is being used extensively in large drifts and masses in city landscaping schemes as well as in private gardens.

Ostrich fern

Lady fern

Japanese Painted Fern (Anthyrium niponicum 'pictum') Zone: 3-9, 1.5 ft
Japanese Painted Fern is among the most highly recommended shade plants, because it is not only lovely from spring through fall each year, but it will actually naturalize over time and is super hardy!  This fern leafs out late each spring into large, elegant, triangular fronds that point up and out.  Wonderful in indoor arrangements, the foliage adds glints of color to the shade, and makes a fine choice for mass planting in woodland areas as well as accents in the border.  Japanese Painted Fern makes a fine companion planting to hostas, astilbes and solomon's seal.  It prefers continuously moist, reasonably fertile soil.  Rabbits tend to leave it alone, so it looks as good in fall as in spring!

SWEET FERN (Comptonia peregrina) Zone 3/1m
This lover of open sandy soils which likes roadsides is first a low rounded shrub with deep green leaves, but gradually forms wide mats. Excellent for stabilizing slopes. Crush the leaves for a sweet woodsy fragrance. Leaves are like serrated swords,


Blanket Flower (Gaillardia grandiflora 'Arizona Sun') Zone: 3-10, 1ft
This plant blooms much earlier than other varieties (up to a month!)  It flowers very heavily, even in the first year, and sets masses of blooms. The flowers are large, many-petaled, and lovely. They begin blooming in late spring and won't quit until first frost!  Arizona Sun looks identical from plant to plant, making it suitable even for formal plantings.  This hardy perennial is happy in any sun-soaked spot. It puts up with heat, humidity, cold, poor soil, and drought. The flowers are lovely for cutting, and they make nice garden companions to other newcomers in the Arizona family, beautiful Red Shades and glowing Apricot, including Coreopsis, Echinacea, and Yarrow.

Hosta 'Fire and Ice'
A spectacular Hosta with superb reverse variegation. Each leaf of Hosta 'Fire and Ice' has a pristine white centre with a deep green, wavy margin that creates a fabulous colour contrast. Lilac coloured blooms enhance the display throughout July. Suitable also for planting in mixed containers or tubs. Hosta go completely dormant in the fall, and the dying foliage can be removed any time before mid spring. Easily divided in either spring or fall, but plants may be left alone for years.

English Bluebells

Bergenias

Clematis

Coneflower

Coral Bells Heuchera

Daylilies

Dianthus

Geranium

Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus Ardens)

Baltic Ivy Plants

Lavender Plants

Lobelia

Phlox

Primrose

Salvia

Sea Holly

Sedum

Veronica

Blue Wisteria

Yarrow




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